There is a theory held by some that Ancient Egypt had a degree of monotheism (A certain Emmanuel de Rougé even going as far as saying, in 1839, "The Egyptian religion is a pure monotheism, which manifested itself externally by a symbolic polytheism."). I do not agree with the theory, but am interested in three quotes I keep encountering.
Heinrich Karl Brugsch supposedly found these in ancient Egyptian writings:
God is one and alone, and none other existeth with Him
God is the eternal One, He is eternal and infinite and endureth for ever and aye
God is merciful unto those who reverence Him, and He heareth him that calleth upon Him. God knoweth him that acknowledgeth Him, He rewardeth him that serveth Him, and He protecteth him that followeth Him
These quotes are from Dr. Brugsch's Religion und mythologie der alten Aegypter of 1887 but is unfortunately in German so I can't read it and doesn't seem to have many actual hieroglyphics in it.
Can anyone find the original source of these Ancient Egyptian quotes and write them out in Hieroglyphics and provide their pronunciation?
[He puts footnote 103 after listing these quotes, which has this reference]